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Mitogen-activated protein kinases and reactive oxygen species signaling in plants : Reactive oxygen speciesPITZSCHKE, Andrea; HIRT, Heribert.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2006, Vol 141, Num 2, pp 351-356, issn 0032-0889, 6 p.Article

MAP65 : a bridge linking a MAP kinase to microtubule turnoverSASABE, Michiko; MACHIDA, Yasunori.Current opinion in plant biology. 2006, Vol 9, Num 6, pp 563-570, issn 1369-5266, 8 p.Article

Distinct Roles for Extracellular Signal-Regulated Kinase 1 (ERK1) and ERK2 in the Structure and Production of a Primate GammaherpesvirusWOODSON, Evonne N; KEDES, Dean H.Journal of virology. 2012, Vol 86, Num 18, pp 9721-9736, issn 0022-538X, 16 p.Article

CTGF Is Increased in Basal Deposits and Regulates Matrix Production through the ERK (p42/p44mapk) MAPK and the p38 MAPK Signaling PathwaysNAGAI, Norihiro; KLIMAVA, Alena; LEE, Wen-Hsiang et al.Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 2009, Vol 50, Num 4, pp 1903-1910, issn 0146-0404, 8 p.Article

Effect of fudosteine on mucin productionRHEE, C. K; KANG, C. M; YOU, M. B et al.The European respiratory journal. 2008, Vol 32, Num 5, pp 1195-1202, issn 0903-1936, 8 p.Article

NMDA enhances stretching-induced differentiation of osteobalsts through the ERK1/2 signaling pathwayLI, Jie-Li; BIN CUI; LI QI et al.Bone (New York, NY). 2008, Vol 43, Num 3, pp 469-475, issn 8756-3282, 7 p.Article

Identification of G2/M targets for the MAP kinase pathway by functional proteomicsROBERTS, Elisabeth C; HAMMOND, Kasey; TRAISH, Abdulmaged M et al.Proteomics (Weinheim. Print). 2006, Vol 6, Num 16, pp 4541-4553, issn 1615-9853, 13 p.Article

Ethylene Signaling Pathway and MAPK Cascades Are Required for AAL Toxin―Induced Programmed Cell DeathMASE, Keisuke; MIZUNO, Takahito; ISHIHAMA, Nobuaki et al.Molecular plant-microbe interactions. 2012, Vol 25, Num 8, pp 1015-1025, issn 0894-0282, 11 p.Article

Regulation of cross-talk in yeast MAPK signaling pathwaysSAITO, Haruo.Current opinion in microbiology. 2010, Vol 13, Num 6, pp 677-683, issn 1369-5274, 7 p.Article

The antiadipogenic effect of macrophage-conditioned medium depends on ERK1/2 activationCONSTANT, Vanessa A; GAGNON, Annemarie; YARMO, Michelle et al.Metabolism, clinical and experimental. 2008, Vol 57, Num 4, pp 465-472, issn 0026-0495, 8 p.Article

The Ebolavirus VP24 Protein Blocks Phosphorylation of p38 Mitogen-Activated Protein KinaseHALFMANN, Peter; NEUMANN, Gabriele; KAWAOKA, Yoshihiro et al.The Journal of infectious diseases. 2011, Vol 204, issn 0022-1899, S953-S956, SUP3Article

Activation of p38 Mitogen-activated Protein Kinase in Spinal Microglia Contributes to Incision-induced Mechanical AUodyniaWEN, Yeong-Ray; SUTER, Marc R; JI, Ru-Rong et al.Anesthesiology (Philadelphia). 2009, Vol 110, Num 1, pp 155-165, issn 0003-3022, 11 p.Article

CRK7 modifies the MAPK pathway and influences the response to endocrine therapyIORNS, Elizabeth; MARTENS-DE KEMP, Sanne R; LORD, Christopher J et al.Carcinogenesis (New York. Print). 2009, Vol 30, Num 10, pp 1696-1701, issn 0143-3334, 6 p.Article

Spinal p38 MAP kinase regulates peripheral cholinergic outflowWALDBURGER, Jean-Marc; BOYLE, David L; EDGAR, Meghan et al.Arthritis and rheumatism. 2008, Vol 58, Num 9, pp 2919-2921, issn 0004-3591, 3 p.Article

A functional interaction between ATF7 and TAF12 that is modulated by TAF4HAMARD, Pierre-Jacques; DALBIES-TRAN, Rozenn; HAUSS, Charlotte et al.Oncogene (Basingstoke). 2005, Vol 24, Num 21, pp 3472-3483, issn 0950-9232, 12 p.Article

Mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK)CUSCHIERI, Joseph; MAIER, Ronald V.Critical care medicine. 2005, Vol 33, Num 12, pp S417-S419, issn 0090-3493, SUPArticle

Andrographolide acts through inhibition of ERK1/2 and Akt phosphorylation to suppress chemotactic migrationTSAI, Hwei-Ru; YANG, Li-Ming; TSAI, Wei-Jern et al.European journal of pharmacology. 2004, Vol 498, Num 1-3, pp 45-52, issn 0014-2999, 8 p.Article

Netrin-1-mediated axon outgrowth requires deleted in colorectal cancer-dependent MAPK activationFORCET, Christelle; STEIN, Elke; PAYS, Laurent et al.Nature (London). 2002, Vol 417, Num 6887, pp 443-447, issn 0028-0836Article

Altered renal FGF23-mediated activity involving MAPK and Wnt: effects of the Hyp mutationFARROW, Emily G; SUMMERS, Lelia J; SCHIAVI, Susan C et al.Journal of endocrinology. 2010, Vol 207, Num 1, pp 67-75, issn 0022-0795, 9 p.Article

Functional Role of c-Jun-N-Terminal Kinase in Feeding RegulationUNGER, Elizabeth K; PIPER, Merisa L; OLOFSSON, Louise E et al.Endocrinology (Philadelphia). 2010, Vol 151, Num 2, pp 671-682, issn 0013-7227, 12 p.Article

Organochlorine-mediated potentiation of the general coactivator p300 through p38 mitogen-activated protein kinaseBRATTON, Melyssa R; FRIGO, Daniel E; VIGH-CONRAD, Katinka A et al.Carcinogenesis (New York. Print). 2009, Vol 30, Num 1, pp 106-113, issn 0143-3334, 8 p.Article

Short 42°C heat shock induces phosphorylation and degradation of Cdc25A which depends on p38MAPK, Chk2 and 14.3.3MADLENER, Sibylle; ROSNER, Margit; HENGSTSCHLÄGER, Markus et al.Human molecular genetics (Print). 2009, Vol 18, Num 11, pp 1990-2000, issn 0964-6906, 11 p.Article

Structure and function of a transcriptional network activated by the MAPK Hog1CAPALDI, Andrew P; KAPLAN, Tommy; YING LIU et al.Nature genetics. 2008, Vol 40, Num 11, pp 1300-1306, issn 1061-4036, 7 p.Article

Rho GTPase CDC42 regulates directionality and random movement via distinct MAPK pathways in neutrophilsSZCZUR, Kathleen; HAIMING XU; ATKINSON, Simon et al.Blood. 2006, Vol 108, Num 13, pp 4205-4213, issn 0006-4971, 9 p.Article

Mastoparan rapidly activates plant MAP kinase signaling independent of heterotrimeric G proteinsMILES, Godfrey P; SAMUEL, Marcus A; JONES, Alan M et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2004, Vol 134, Num 4, pp 1332-1336, issn 0032-0889, 5 p.Article

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